Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of affecting the visibility of a website or a web page in a search engine’s unpaid results – often referred to as “natural,” “organic,” or “earned” results. It is the practice to make your site easier to be found and brings free traffic.
After you come up with a great business idea, you probably tend to get over excited, consider yourself a genius and want to implement your idea immediately. Well…Hold on. It’s important to make sure your idea has a potential to fly before you start to put more serious efforts into
The biggest lesson I have learned from the journey of Buy From Farm is, 1. get a co-founder/partner as early as you can, 2. never underestimate what your co-founder can contribute, even though you are thinking you are the sole one building the product. I am a software developer. I
You started as an engineer. You built solid product with fantastic functionality that make customers’ life easier. Now what? You do not know where the customers are or do not have a clear strategy about approaching them, ideally in a cost-effective way. You need the first sales person to make
In this blog, I am going to talk about two different ways of introducing a new product to your consumer or audience. Most startups would normally prefer to use the first approach which I call the “incremental release” approach. When this approach is adopted, you won’t wait until your product
When I was in the corporate world, the career paths to me were pretty simple and clear. Occasionally I was at a crossroad, but the decisions were usually easy to make, because the options were often limited and the pros and cons were often obvious. But after I stepped into
Starting a new venture is an exciting journey. The founders have so strong belief in their idea that they devote their money, time, passions, or even entire life into it. However, the reality is that 80% of startups fail in the first 18 months and 90+% cannot survive more than
I have seen some failures and success in my life. For the ones who succeed, I think they made it partially because the business they started are low risk by nature, due to the fact that nearly all the founders have distinct competitive advantages, which they gained either purposely or